SUNY Oneonta Mathematics majors study the theoretical and practical applications of mathematics. Courses in the history of math are also offered.

Related majors in Statistics and Computer Science are available, along with minors in Statistics, Computer Science and Computer Information Technology, and a 3-2 engineering program.

Seminars and independent study projects will allow you to explore more advanced topics and to work with faculty members in special areas of interest. Student teams regularly pit their skills against those of students at other colleges and universities in the prestigious Putnam mathematics competition.

Math majors also have the opportunity to collaborate with faculty on joint research projects, and some have co-authored papers or presented their work on campus and at regional meetings of the Mathematical Association of America.

The Department of Mathematics, Computer Science & Statistics student club, Sanford Society, provides academic and social activities.

If you had told her in high school that she would one day be earning a degree in mathematics, Kelly Graham would have said you were crazy.

**Contact:**Department of Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics

274 Fitzelle Hall

Phone: 607-436-3708

math@oneonta.edu

SUNY Oneonta Mathematics majors study the theoretical and practical applications of mathematics. Courses in the history of math are also offered.

Related majors in Statistics and Computer Science are available, along with minors in Statistics, Computer Science and Computer Information Technology, and a 3-2 engineering program.

Seminars and independent study projects will allow you to explore more advanced topics and to work with faculty members in special areas of interest. Student teams regularly pit their skills against those of students at other colleges and universities in the prestigious Putnam mathematics competition.

Math majors also have the opportunity to collaborate with faculty on joint research projects, and some have co-authored papers or presented their work on campus and at regional meetings of the Mathematical Association of America.

The Department of Mathematics, Computer Science & Statistics student club, Sanford Society, provides academic and social activities.

If you had told her in high school that she would one day be earning a degree in mathematics, Kelly Graham would have said you were crazy.

**Contact:**Department of Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics

274 Fitzelle Hall

Phone: 607-436-3708

math@oneonta.edu

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